Welcome to Serbia! Serbia is a country in central and southeast Europe, bordered by North Macedonia, Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Albania. It has the second largest population in the former Yugoslavia after Croatia and a population of over 7 million people. Serbia boasts a rich cultural heritage, spanning a long and turbulent history. Ancient monuments and monasteries, fascinating cities and vibrant nightlife are all part of the Serbian experience. Learn more about the fascinating history, culture, and people of Serbia!
1) Serbia is the world's leading producer of what mineral?
2) Serbia is a member of which European Union?
3) What is the largest river located in Serbia?
4) What is the official language of Serbia?
5) What is the national currency of Serbia?
6) Who is the current President of Serbia?
7) What is the capital of Serbia?
8) Which mountain range lies in Serbia?
9) What is the highest peak of Serbia?
10) Which body of water lies on the southern border of Serbia?
11) Serbia declared independence from which country in 2008?
12) Serbia is divided into how many provinces?
13) What is the national animal of Serbia?
14) Serbia is the birthplace of which famous scientist?
15) Serbia is a landlocked country located in which continent?
16) What is the official religion of Serbia?
17) What is the smallest lake in Serbia?
18) What is the national anthem of Serbia?
19) Where is the Serbia Grand Prix held?
20) What is the national sport of Serbia?
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